AAG, a web3 infrastructure company that’s focused on providing software that simplifies interactions with blockchain applications and the metaverse for mainstream users and traditional companies has officially launched MetaOne Wallet, its newest flagship product.
MetaOne Wallet will help to ease the onboarding of new users into the metaverse economy as one of its primary features is being able to get rid of the traditional requirement of users having to remember or safely store their private keys and seed phrases.
Jack Vinijtrongjit, Co-Founder and CEO of AAG commented, “I truly believe MetaOne will be a game-changer for both consumers and businesses. When businesses are able to provide a more seamless onboarding experience and consumers can feel safe to enter and discover what they can do with Web3, we will be able to take a giant leap toward mainstream adoption.”
The product also provides other user-friendly features such as fiat on-ramps from Coinbase Pay and Simplex, an integrated decentralized application (dApp) marketplace serving only approved dApps, and AAG’s own educational AAG Academy.
As the team behind AAG plans on rolling out support for multiple blockchains in the coming weeks, the AAG Academy is also helming efforts to raise awareness about Web3 and cryptocurrency as MetaOne is looking to play an integral role in driving the mainstream use and adoption of Web3.
MetaOne is designed to suit the needs of not just experienced users, but beginners as well. Users can easily acquire, monitor, and manage a wide range of their digital assets and NFTs. And rather than logging in with private keys, users can log into their wallets using various methods such as emails, biometrics, and even device passcodes.
Jack will be hosting an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on 11th January at 11 AM UTC where you can ask any questions you have about the AAG product ecosystem by registering.
Once it launches, MetaOne Wallet will support tokens and NFTs from five blockchains including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polygon, Harmony, and BNB Chain – with many others set to be added later this year.